How SEL Can Help Make Schools Feel More Inclusive

By
 
Maurice J. Elias 
edutopia.org
3 min



Integrating social and emotional learning and culturally responsive teaching can help build a school culture that celebrates all students.


It is clear that creating equity in schools ultimately requires significant shifts at fiscal and political levels. Yet there is much that classrooms and schools can do right now to create environments in which diverse student learners have the opportunity to engage in learning experiences that build social, emotional, cultural, civic, and academic competence. Through this integration—which includes building competencies in CASEL’s five core SEL skills—administrators, in conjunction with school-level and community-based stakeholders, can develop classroom practices that embrace the cultures and lived experiences of all students and adults.

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